PEKAN: Social and Cultural Affairs Advisor to the Government Tan Sri Dr Rais Yatim said yesterday students in institutions of higher learning should have high moral character.
RECOGNITION: 803 recipients to get titles and awards in conjunction with Sultan Azlan Shah's 86th birthday
GEORGE TOWN: The funeral procession of the late Karpal Singh on Sunday will make three "significant stops" on its way from the Dewan Sri Pinang to the Batu Gantung crematorium, it was announced here yesterday.
A GREAT LOSS: Penang celebrations are off
MORE INVOLVEMENT: Govt mulls deploying more autonomous underwater vehicles
7TH YEAR RUNNING: Organisers want to attract more participation from lower primary pupils
RECOVERING: Paloh assemblyman in stable condition
KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak has offered his prayers to those affected by the South Korean ferry tragedy in which 28 people were killed and over 270 are missing.
ANKARA: THE Turkish business community has responded favourably to calls to explore the enormous potential of the Malaysian market made all the more attractive by the abolishment and reduction of duties under the Malaysia-Turkey Free Trade Agreement (FTA) signed two days ago.
BATU PAHAT: Villagers of Kampung Bintang here were carrying on with their lives as usual yesterday despite some being confined to their homes following the death of a man to the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome-coronavirus (MERS-CoV) on Sunday.
GEORGE TOWN: The remains of Michael Cornelius Selvam Vellu, Karpal Singh's longtime personal assistant, will be flown back to India today.
KUALA LUMPUR: Perkasa information chief Ruslan Kasim urged Treasury secretary-general Tan Sri Dr Mohd Irwan Serigar to immediately table the risk assessment report on the method used to disburse the 1Malaysia People's Aid (BR1M).
SHAH ALAM: The Selangor Islamic Religious Department (Jais) has been ordered by the Attorney-General to provide further information regarding the investigation on the 300 Bibles seized from the Bible Society of Malaysia (BSM) on Jan 2.
KUALA LUMPUR: PKR's stand that it does not need auditors or the police to oversee its electoral process has been deemed as hypocritical.
LOOKING BEYOND: Current situation different compared to 10 years ago
REVEALED: 85-page judgment shows his reluctance to put his evidence to the test in cross-examination
RISKY: Consider repercussions of move, warns Awer president
KUALA LUMPUR: The death of former DAP chairman Karpal Singh was described by a former colleague as a great loss.
UNCIVILISED: All parties should practise self-restraint, says minister
PUTRAJAYA: A crisis communications expert from the United States said yesterday that the Malaysian government handled the MH370 tragedy to the best of its ability.